Soros Funding Campus Riots!? (Video)

( – Confirming the extreme left is behind the ongoing protests, the Rockefeller and Soros Foundations are supporting a group that pays activists who have been causing chaos on college campuses nationwide.

Watch the video below.

The wave of anti-Israel demonstrations began when students occupied Columbia University’s Morningside Heights campus lawn last week and has since spread to several other universities.

Similar tent encampments to the one at Columbia have popped up at institutions like Harvard, Yale, Berkeley in California, Ohio State University and Emory in Georgia.

Coordinated by branches of the Soros-supported Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), these encampments have sometimes led to confrontations with police.

At least three campuses have seen protests fired up by paid radicals who are part of a Soros-funded initiative known as the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights (USCPR).

This organization provides up to $7,800 in funds to community-based fellows and between $2,880 and $3,660 to campus-based fellows for organizing efforts on behalf of Palestinian causes, with a weekly eight-hour commitment.

Since 2017, the USCPR has received more than $300,000 from Soros’ Open Society Foundations and $355,000 from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund since 2019.

The SJP’s primary organization has also benefited from financial backing through a network of nonprofits Soros and other progressive donors support.

Three fellows currently involved in these protests have taken on major roles. University of Texas Students for Justice in Palestine former president Nidaa Lafi was recently seen giving a speech at an encampment at UT Dallas to call for an end to the Gaza conflict.

USCPR fellow Craig Birckhead-Morton was arrested at Yale’s Beinecke Plaza and charged with first-degree trespassing after joining an occupation organized by Yalies4Palestine.

Birckhead-Morton, who has interned for Democratic Representative John Sarbanes of Maryland, spoke at a sit-in in New Haven following his release.

Another notable fellow is Malak Afaneh from Berkeley, who is Berkeley Law Students for Justice in Palestine’s co-president.

She has been active in anti-Israel protests on her campus this week and previously made headlines for disrupting a dinner at the law school dean’s house, where she claimed the dean’s wife assaulted her when asked to leave.

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